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Friendly human development takes places in Camaguey City

The technological and human development achieved by the Center of Environmental Engineering of Camagüey (CIAC) to solve environmental problems eight years after its foundation confirms the rightness of such decision. Read More

Purfeerst travels to Cuba on farm mission

Jim Purfeerst, center, of Faribault, traveled to Cuba recently as part of an agricultural mission trip. Also pictured are Tim Alcorn, left, executive director of the Minnesota Agriculture and Rural Leadership Program, and Mike Liepold. Read More

Cuba, Russia Sign TelCom Agreements

Cuba and Russia have broadened on Friday their collaboration in the field of telecommunications, especially in joint efforts to create technologies. Read More

Venezuela Readies Cuba-Advised Vaccine Factory

A Venezuelan vaccine factory, a project currently developed with Cuban advisory, will be ready in three months to support national immunization programs, Deputy Health Minister Eugenia Sader confirmed. Read More

Cuba Attends Computer Forum in India

Cuban Deputy Minister of Information Technology and Communication Boris Moreno was honorary guest on Wednesday at the opening ceremony of INDIASOFT2010, an event on information technologies in which experts from around 50 countries are participating. Read More

Basque company willing to increase its presence in Cuba

The Basque company Soroa Metalworkers exhibited this week, at Havana's Hotel Palco, several of its lines of high-tech machine tools, demonstrating a willingness to increase its presence in the Cuban market. Read More

Cerebrovascular Diseases Debated in Cuba

Cerebrovascular disease is the third cause of death in most countries, and the first cause of physical handicap for its aftereffects. Read More

Neurorehabilitation Event in Cuba

The Second International Congress on Neurorehabilitation "NEUROREHABANA 2010" started this Wednesday in Havana, with the attendance of renowned scientists from Cuba, Spain, the United States, Great Britain and Panama. Read More

Primitive Agricultural Tools Found in Villa Clara

A new archeological discovery of primitive tools in the area surrounding the Cedro Lagoon in the province of Villa Clara is giving rise to new theories of the existence of ceramist agricultural settlements in the northern region of Villa Clara. Read More

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